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Obama’s photographer: ‘I’m also trying to show what he’s like as a person’

By Emily Bowers Pete Souza, the former chief official White House photographer, is more than just the man behind the camera; He’s got quite the sense of humor, too. “I had the advantage of a subject who you could recognize from behind, because of his ears,” he joked as he showed a photo of former […]

Fringe market provides social justice outlet

One of a kind artwork, handcrafted jewelry and social justice awareness populated the brand new Fringe District pop up market. Visitors poured over each booth, which highlighted the passions of their owners. Sunshine City Books, owned by Rose Robbins, encourages empathy, promotes diversity and tolerance, all while providing socially aware books to children. You may […]

America’s national parks deserve protection

Since Yellowstone first opened in 1916, national parks have attracted millions of people from all over the world to marvel at their beauty. There is nothing quite like watching the sunrise over the Grand Canyon or taking a float trip down the Snake River in the Tetons as the sun sets. We are privileged to […]

Music After Dark showcases student musicians

Music After Dark — the second night in the weeklong Art After Dark series — featured a showcase of bands across campus. The Musicians Club began the evening with a series of hard-hitting jams. They were joined by a French horn player and saxophonist. Elba Terrero belted “Uptown Funk,” the Bruno Mars hit, to the […]

Review: “Beauty and the Beast” recaptures magic of original

The Disney live-action remake of “The Beauty and the Beast” brings back a sense of nostalgia and familiarity to anyone who has seen the original, all the while bringing a touch of something new to this timeless classic. From the opening number to the dramatic fight between Gaston and the Beast, the audience is kept […]

Don’t stop marching & keep your activism alive

Protests erupted in over 600 cities, with an estimated 4.2 million people marching throughout the country to advocate for women’s rights. The Women’s March held Jan. 21, began as a response to the election of Donald J. Trump as president, but resulted in one of the largest demonstrations in history. If you attended the Women’s […]